kevnz Posted January 5, 2004 Report Share Posted January 5, 2004 Well now the season has come and gone and the Bengals are on the rise it's probably a good idea to look at the other teams in the division.The Browns....The Browns have got lot's of questions on offense. Who's the QB? Who's the running Back (I like Suggs and all cause he's a Hokie, but come on, the Bengals run D sucked all year) This team has made some bad draft decisions since they've been reborn and it's really starting to burn them...I don't see them having a big bounce back season.The Steelers....A lot of talent at WR, but like Cleveland big question marks at QB and RB. The Steelers have yet to be able to develop a QB during Cohwer's time their. I see them finally drafting a QB somewhere between rounds 1-3 and either having Maddox or Batch keep the seat warm for him. But the even bigger problem is at the Running Back where Amos Z is an alright 3rd down back, but sucks as a starter, Bettis won't be with this team so they've got a problem cause Cohwer likes to run the Ball. There other big hole is at CB...You just can never predict where the Steelers are gonna be at.The Ravens....The Ravens biggest question mark is at the QB postion. Does Pillick go with yet another different opening day QB and keep Wright and throw away the extra draft picks he gave away for Boeller? Has he shot the confidence of another QB when he didn't give the starting job back to Boeller when he was healthy? It's not like Wright lit anybody (except the Seahawks) up...For that matter what if they lose Wright cause he is a FA, and Boeller doesn't progress or has lost his confidence? The other real hole they have is at WR. Their most consistant reciever was their Tight End and it's not like that is gonna keep defenses up late at night. If their defense stays intact and it should then they are all but assured of finishing at least 8-8...But there is talk that their defensive coordinator could get a head coaching job and that would be a bit of a setback. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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